Lamborghini has unveiled a new track-focused, but street-legal version of its V10 powered Huracan. It is called the Huracan STO, and it can slice through the air like a straight razor with improved aerodynamics and lightweight crash diet. The engine is still the same naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10, cranking out 631 horsepower and 417 lb-ft of torque shifting its power to the real wheels. It can reach zero to 60 in three seconds with a top speed of 192 mph.
The Lamborghini Huracan STO tips the scales at 2,952 pounds, constructed using 75 percent carbon fiber. Its most significant difference from other raging bulls is its enhanced aerodynamics. The hood, fenders, and bumper are one solid component with a new front splitter channeling air under its redesigned underbody and out through a rear diffuser. An integrated air scoop on the rear engine hood with air deflectors helps push the Huracan STO down to stick to the track. Like a race car, the STO has been tuned to break lap records with stiffer suspension, faster gear changes, and even improved exhaust note. The Lamborghini Huracan STO is set to be available in the spring of 2021.